Middlebury

THEA 0205

Costume Design I: Beginning

Costume Design I: Beginning
In this introductory course we will explore the art and practice of costume design for theatre. Special emphasis will be placed on communicating ideas through the visual language. Students will develop their thinking through script analysis, creative impulse, concept development, historical research, figure drawing, fabrication, and presentation. Though we will explore the specific medium of clothing, students learn concepts that are applicable to fields beyond theatrical design by developing visual sensibility and conceiving ideas through three-dimensional space. No prior drawing experience is assumed or expected. 4 hrs. lect.
Subject:
Theatre
Department:
Theatre and Dance
Division:
Arts
Requirements Fulfilled:
ART
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Fall 2021

THEA0205A-F21 Lecture (Veikley)

Fall 2019

THEA0205A-F19 Lecture (Veikley)

Fall 2018

THEA0205A-F18 Lecture (Ryer)

Fall 2017

THEA0205A-F17 Lecture (Veikley)

Fall 2016

THEA0205A-F16 Lecture (Veikley)

Fall 2015

THEA0205A-F15 Lecture (Veikley)

Fall 2014

THEA0205A-F14 Lecture (Emerson)

Fall 2013

THEA0205A-F13 Lecture (Emerson)

Spring 2013

THEA0205A-S13 Lecture (Emerson)

Spring 2012

THEA0205A-S12 Lecture (Emerson)

Spring 2011

THEA0205A-S11 Lecture (Emerson)

Spring 2010

THEA0205A-S10 Lecture (Emerson)

Spring 2009

THEA0205A-S09 Lecture (Emerson)

Fall 2007

THEA0205A-F07 Lecture (Emerson)

Fall 2006

THEA0205A-F06 Lecture (Emerson)

Fall 2005

THEA0205A-F05 Lecture (Emerson)

Fall 2004

THEA0205A-F04 Lecture (Emerson)

Fall 2003

THEA0205A-F03 Lecture (Emerson)